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Why Postgrad Futures?

Because innovation is fuelled by cross-disciplinary talent.

Postgrad Futures is a digital and print publication strongly aligned with the National Innovation and Science Agenda, promoting cross-disciplinary research through postgraduate placements within industry and institutions and the benefits of developing agile skills across science, health, data, business, marketing, IT and law.

It’s about translating STEM skills into innovation skills. To meet the needs of an innovation economy, Australia will need graduates skilled in development of research, translating and visualizing big data, in corporate and IP law, entrepreneurship and market knowhow.

Postgrad Futures aims to provide undergraduates and employees looking to skill up with the information they need to know around:

  • Developing soft skills
  • Being agile in a changing workplace
  • Graduate programs and internships
  • Paid postgrads
  • Advantages to studying in Australia
  • Career outcomes

Postgrad Futures celebrates the best in Australian achievement in STEM – whether that’s combining STEM with business skills, like Stuart Elliot, young entrepreneur and founder of technology innovator Planet Innovation Group, who took his mechanical engineering skills into business, or Captain Mona Shindy, engineer and Telstra businesswoman of the year, who combined her engineering know how with a Master of Commerce.

Whether it’s innovation: like Amantha Imber, co-creator of the BRW most innovative companies list, or Google Maps founder Lars Rasmussen, or science, like Associate Professor Kedzierska, who is developing a one-shot flu vaccine for life; Postgrad Futures delivers the stories that take STEM graduates further.

With inspiring stories, corporate grad programs and internship opportunities, and an in-depth interactive directory of Australia postgrad options, Postgrad Futures give students the tools to make the decision that suits them best.

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Contact us

Postgrad Futures is created by Refraction Media. If you have a story idea, would like to hear more about Refraction Media or are interested in advertising with us, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. info@refractionmedia.com.au